It all started with the plastic worm and has now mutated into a huge array of specialized offerings. Whose is the best and which one is your favorite? Come share your thoughts and opinions here.
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poisonokie wrote:I second the mono leader. Also a tube stuffed with an ear plug or Styrofoam will do the trick. Plus I've seen these bullet weight looking floats made to use on a C-rig. Too bad you can't find Owner Yuki-Bugs anymore. They have an air pocket in the tail that will float the whole bait if it's weightless.
When they were on a clearance, I bought about 46 packs of the yuki and worm.
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3rdLargest wrote:Damiki Air Craw
Great bait on a Kriet Squirrel shaky head and and also a MOJO rig.
The bottom is muck here and this will definitely float HIGH above the bottom. ( light wire hooks work best)
I might be the only person down in the Swamps that uses them.
Tornado HAG , a ringed worm, will also float straight up. Another "sleeper" winner!
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Net baits paca craw seems to do a good job.
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down4ttown wrote:Net baits paca craw seems to do a good job.
And the Baby Action Cat floats well.
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Creme Devil's Tongue. If you can find them.